An EdWeek Market Brief survey invited district and school leaders to explain their strategies for dealing with the upcoming loss of federal stimulus funds.
EdWeek Market Brief asked district and school leaders which programs and services their systems will pare back as stimulus funding goes away.
School districts around the country are making progress when it comes to spending emergency federal funding, according to EdWeek Research Center survey data.
School districts are feeling the pain from rising costs that are gripping the overall economy, says longtime education budget expert Mike Griffith.
K-12 leaders have access to an historic amount of emergency federal funding, but they have concerns about how they should put that money to the best use.
A new database from Education Week allows users, including companies, to dive into the finances of 12,000 school districts around the country and gauge whether they are likely to face budget cuts.
The Association of School Business Officials of New York has created a digital tool to highlight the positive economic impact of school districts throughout the state.
Cutting the nation’s suspension rate by even a small amount could yield a multi-billion-dollar economic impact by producing savings in public programs and higher wages for affected students, a new analysis finds.